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September 2022

The September issue of LNG Industry features a selection of informative articles on metering and monitoring, developments in coatings, terminal construction, software and solutions, cryogenic technologies, and much more. This issue also includes our Gastech 2022 Preview, giving a rundown on some of the key companies that will be exhibiting at the event.

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Shaking up Europe's LNG outlook
Danny Constantinis, Executive Chairman and CEO, EM&I Group, Malta, discusses how Malta is ideally positioned to aid Europe in the transition away from its reliance on Russian fuel after Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

A helping hand
Mehmet Katmer, Karpowership, Turkey, explains how pairing an FSRU with a powership can aid with the energy transition, utilising innovative technology from the LNG industry to create stable, accessible power for countries unable to rely on renewables.

Built for the cold
Bill Howe and Geoff Skinner, Gasconsult Limited, UK, explain the self-refrigerating liquefaction process, and how floating LNG amplifies the benefits of this technology.

Floating is the future
Kyle Haberberger, Black & Veatch, US, considers the effect of geopolitical uncertainty on the LNG industry, and how floating LNG units will prove an integral part of the world's energy distribution moving forward.

Pair up!
Tom Fitchew, Fendercare Marine, UK, explores how LNG ship-to-ship transfer operations have evolved globally over the past 10 years, and the new opportunities that experience and technology can bring.

Projects with purpose
Bhupesh Thakkar, Bechtel, US, outlines the importance of LNG terminals as more countries commit to ambitious energy transition initiatives.

From import to export
Vicki Granado, Energy Transfer, US, details the process of transitioning an LNG import facility in Lake Charles into an export facility at a critical juncture for the world's natural gas needs.

Adapt and evolve
Cristian Guizzardi, Italy, and Aimé Ndong-Ondo, Gabon, Saipem, detail the progress of the Nong Fab LNG receiving terminal project, and how it is helping to support Thailand's growing energy demand.

Solutions from the cloud
Magnus Ulseth, Quorum Software, Norway, outlines how to maximise the value of LNG import terminals through the use of cloud-based solutions.

Let's talk about tanks
Jonathan Allcock, Commonwealth LNG, US, outlines how modular LNG tanks can deliver savings in areas such as labour and schedules, as well as providing insight on the further advantages of these types of tanks.

Making navigation robotic
Chih Wei Lui, ABS Global Simulation Centre, Singapore, outlines the potential that artificial intelligence and autonomous functions have to contribute to safe navigation of LNG carriers.

Trained for the high seas
Eva Rodriguez, Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement, Cyprus, details the importance of accelerating seafarer training to ensure the continual supply of specialised crew for LNG shipping, well into the future.

Ride the LNG wave
Cameron Thrutchley and Bhargav Sharma, Honeywell, US, consider some of the new LNG business models available that can help to drive opportunity in the rapidly expanding LNG market.

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